Cloud security risks are constantly evolving and there is no one-size-fits-all solution to protecting your cloud assets. However, understanding the current risks and what’s required to achieve a desired level of security protection can help mitigate exposure and prevent incidents before they occur.
Conduct a security assessment of your cloud-computing environment with a white-box approach to understand current risks, compliance issues, and security posture.
This will help you establish a cloud security baseline and put into place the necessary controls to reduce your exposure to potential threats.
Key points when assessing cloud security:
– Access control
– Authentication and authorization
– Data security
– Infrastructure security
– Incident response plan
By taking these factors into account, you can develop a comprehensive cloud security strategy that meets your organization’s specific needs.
Reduced costs with early detection and resolution of defects
Improved quality of cloud-based services with more consistent and secure performance.
Greater customer satisfaction and confidence in the cloud-based services provided by your organization.